If you live in London, brace yourself for another week of commuting misery – or a couple of days working from home if your boss is nice – because another tube strike is on its way.
London Underground says it does not know exactly which lines will be hit, but that between 6pm on Sunday 5th and 11am Wednesday 8th of February, if the strikes go ahead, some will with Zone 1 travellers most likely to suffer.
TfL issued the usual advice to passangers via email: : "We will run as many services as possible to get people close to Central London and will open as many stations as we can. However, it is very likely that many, particularly those in Zone 1, will not open at all or will close at short notice.
"We will run additional bus and river services. Buses, roads and rail services are expected to be much busier than usual, particularly those bus routes serving major interchange stations. If possible, please complete your journey in Central London by walking to your destination.
"Please check before you travel, allow more time for your journey and avoid the peak times if at all possible."
And remember: enjoy living and working in one of leading capital cities in the world in 2017.